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Scott talks about alternate ways to launch applications and tools for personal productivity.
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Scott talks about CodeSmith as well as other code generators, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses, and offering his usual insight into the issues. Of course, resources abound.
Scott uses his monacle and razor-sharp logic to find a trojan that was infecting his ASP.NET server. You'll learn how he did it, and probably discover some new tools you didn't know about before.
This week Scott uncovers the coolest utilities on your system that you may not know you have. Windows XP and 2003 users will appreciate these time-saving utilities.
Scott digs into MONAD scripts, commands, providers, and more. If you are a .NET developer and have never heard of MONAD, you MUST listen to this show. If you have heard of it, you'll learn something new.
Scott talks about his experience with functional testing tools including TestComplete by AutomatedQA.
Debugging by coincidence, Debugging Tools, Ruby CLR, SysInternals Tools, Fusion, YATT, and more and more and more.
Scott talks about a series of free tools, utilities, and websites that help .NET developers do their best.
Scott talks with Carl about tools for using and manipulating XML from readers and writers to XPath readers, transformers, and more.
Scott gives you the skinny on hacking into the Linksys WRT54 GL Linux-based router.